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Sep 7, 2012 4:30am EDT
the cleveland browns. when they started losing money in the '90s, he packed up the gear and moved it to maryland. the ravens were born. he has been hated in cleveland, but others know a man who cared about each of them, team and staff. >>> we had that moment when we wish the speed limit was higher on the high way. pretty soon on a front mile stretch of road in central texas between austin and san antonio will increase the 85 miles per hour. when it opened in november, texas state highway 130 will have the highest speed limits in the country. the texas has 80 miles per hour speed limits in highways in west texas. >> i don't know if my car can go that fast. >>> coming up on 9 news now -- >>> sunday morning on "biocentury this week," which medicines heal and which fail. the government is spending billions to find out. join us for conversation on comparative effectiveness research. watch "biocentury this week" [ no audio ] the dow this morning is at 13,292. the highest level in four years. up 244 points. not so bad. the and. >>> both presidential candidates will have a new talking point later today.
CBS
Sep 10, 2012 4:30am EDT
hadn't recovered yet from the storm in june that damaged his roof. the new 2 x 4s lay on the ground, now covered in debris. >> i can't believe we went through all of this. it is horrible. >> reporter: the clean up is expected to take weeks, but we could see more injuries in the coming days as people try to assess and remove debris. that is why the deputy fire chief wants to remind folks to use extra cause. >>> the national weather service surveyed places, but they are planning to look at the data once again today. >>> we turn our attention to campaign 2012 and the race for the white house. president obama and mitt romney are raising a lot of money. president obama raised $111 million in august. he now has $170 million on hand to use for advertising and get out the vote operations. >> but for the first time in nearly four months the president out raised mitt romney. >> reporter: campaigning in florida sunday, president obama stopped at big apple pizza in fort pierce and ended up getting more than just a pie. giving the president a bear hug, scott van dueser, owner of the pizza shop s
CBS
Sep 12, 2012 4:30am EDT
's back in two minutes with more on today's forecast. >> the i.r.s. issues a multimillion dollar reward to a whistle blower. >> at 4:49, driver beware. big brother is watching. maryland highway officials have put another speed camera along a popular highway. >> your weather first when we come back. keep it here. >>> welcome back. 4:40. another stellar day ahead. a few 40s this morning, mostly 50s. 76 at lunch time. that's going to be just a great lunch hour. 3:00 80 with a high of about 81, 82. at 6:00 still nice and 77. i'll come back with a look toward the weekend and the seven-day forecast. that happens in about five minutes. right now here's monika with timesaver traffic. traffic is moving well up from springfield to 395 and the 14th street bridge. there had been construction southbound between the beltway and lorton which should be cleared shortly. i'll be back with more traffic coming up at 4:47. back to you guys. >>> thank you. >>> 4:40 and time for the first your money segment of the morning. >> jessica doyle is here with the headlines. hello, tiger. >> hello. i'm a tiger. what
CBS
Sep 11, 2012 4:30am EDT
. >> reporter: more than a decade later, we still wrestle how to respond totter i.r.s. threat without losing sight of the rights that make us americans. bruce leshan, 9news now. >> of course we heard it before. one thing that keeps america's homeland security officials up at night, they can succeed in protecting us 99% of the time, the terrorists -- [indiscernible] >> the sentencing for qiewmee -- kwame brown is delayed so he can complete his cooperation with prosecutors. he's now being sentenced on november 13. brown you may remember resigned his seat in june and pleaded guilty to bank fraud and misdemeanor campaign finance violations. he faces a maximum of six months in prison for the bank fraud conviction and an additional six months for the campaign finance violation. >>> police searching for the killer of a local high school senior took their investigation to the public. they're hoping for a break in the murder of amber stanley. >> as matt jablow tells us, police aren't the only ones hoping for a break in the case. amber stanley'mother is pleading with the public to come forward with mo
CBS
Sep 6, 2012 4:30am EDT
to be hot, a little humid. slight chance of a thunderstorm. high temperatures into the low 90s. that's almost 10 degrees above average. we'll have that seven-day forecast with big changes coming up in five minutes. right now here's monika. >>> thank you so much. howard. we're going to take a look at the beltway south of town in oxon hill here at route 210. nice and quiet to the wilson bridge as all of your major thoroughfares coming from the south. kenilworth avenue, only the right lane gets by. more traffic coming up at 4:55. >>> time for your first money segment ever the morning. -- of the morning. >> we're focusing on europe yet again. wall street waiting to see what comes from european's central bank meeting. analysts are hopeful officials will announce a bond buying program aimed at keeping interest rates lower. on wall street stocks were mixed after profit warnings from fed ex. the dow stands today at 13,047. nasdaq was down by almost 6 and the s&p 500 was down by one and a half. >>> wall street didn't seem too impressed with nokia's entry into the smartphone competition. share
CBS
Sep 13, 2012 4:30am EDT
government can't seem to control the situation. >>> a u.s. military strike in iran could lead to an all out war in the middle east. that's the opinion of a group of former military officials and security experts. the initial impact of an attack would shake the regime jees -- regime's political control but attacking iran would eventually lead to a war which would prove to be more costly that the wars of afghanistan and iraq combined. >>> a bill which passed the house allows the government to monitor international conversations of foreign spies and terrorist suspects. it requires approval from a secret court, however, when americans are targeted no matter where they are. opponents of the legislation say it does not adequately protect americans from intercepting their communications. senate opponents have threatened to hold up the bill grz the house is -- bill. >>> the house is expected to pass a bill to keep the government running through march. it includes more than a trillion dollars in spending and an increase over the base rate. it's little higher than the budget congressman paul ryan pro
CBS
Sep 14, 2012 4:30am EDT
ginnis, cbs news, washington. >>> we're also learning more about the attack on the u.s. consulate building in ben benghazi, libya. every room was torched, vandalized and looted. it was not heavily fortified. the attackers bombed the guard house and then took over the main building and completely destroyed it throwing pieces of furniture into the pool. the raid lasted four and a half hours without any ofthe attackers getting caught or killed. >>> last night the house of representatives approved another temporary spending bill to prevent a government shutdown. this measure will fund all cabinet agencies at current levels for another six months. the current budget expires september 30. >>> big brother is getting a little bigger in prince george's county. >> ken molestina explains why police are getting ready to set up even more cameras along county roads. >> reporter: to say the traffic cameras aren't popular in prince george's county would be a gross understatement. >> they're there for no reason, just to get personally in people's business or whatever. >> it's getting outrageous. >> i feel
CBS
Sep 5, 2012 4:30am EDT
. quiet outside. by noon 82 degrees. southwest winds at about 5 to 10. highs in the mid- to upper #s on. it's not -- upper 80s. it's not going to rain all day. we'll have a threat of showers and thunderstorms on and off. figure that pops could put down some heavy downpours. we'll have the weekend outlook when i return. here's monika with your timesaver traffic. >> we'll take a look at the beltway in prince george's county. first of all on the inner loop between route 1 and kenilworth, stay to the left to get around construction. here at central avenue you're okay. also construction in laurel southbound 95 to 16 and 198 in the right lane. i'll be back with more traffic at 4:47. >>> it is time for the first your money segment of the morning. >> the market is going to be turquoise today. i just wanted you to understand why. look the at stereo around he. >> we coordinate. you have the color, too. >> i sort of blend why. >> you're working it. we're hoping investors are going to work it today. we're hoping for a better day. wall street ended mixed yelled but at least it wasn't down across the
CBS
Sep 4, 2012 4:30am EDT
in damages. >>> more rain, more flooded basements in d.c.'s bloomingdale neighborhood. the residents there are frustrated because this keeps happening. michael thomas says sunday was the third time his condo flooded in the last several weeks, and he says he has three and a half feet of sewage water filling his basement. it ruined appliances, furniture and the drywall. >> it scared me when i saw the water force that door open. i couldn't believe it. i was praying that it wouldn't push the door open entirely. there was that much pressure on that door. i never seen anything like it. >> storms also flooded a stretch of rhode island avenue, even standed a driver who had to be rescued. mayor vincent gray has appointed a task force to study the flooding problem in bloomingdale. and the d.c. water department director george hawkins says a long-term solution involves a new deeper and bigger draining system which will not be finished for years. >>> president obama toured the flood damaged town of laplace, louisiana yesterday. he met with people whose homes were destroyed in the flooding brough
CBS
Sep 3, 2012 4:30am EDT
hotter than that. highs only in the low #s on. right -- low 80s. right now here's monika with something with timesaver traffic. >>> how about a whole lot of nothing. this is across the 14th street bridge into the downtown area. there are a few people going to work but all lanes are open and no hov restrictions today. i'll be back with more coming up in a few minutes. >> thanks, monika. >>> time 4:41. i am watching your money. i know this is shocking. wall street closed for labor day. you knew that. investors will return tomorrow and start preparing for the latest jobs report. the government will reveal how many americans found work in august. economists expect to see about 120,000 new hires and for the unemployment rate to stay around 8.3%. on friday chairman ben bernanke said the federal reserve will do more to boost the economy if unemployment stays high. those comments gave the market a boost. checking the numbers, the dow closed 90 points hightory 13,-- higher to 13.090. unemployment is a growing concern in europe. in 17 countries which use the euro, unemployment was at a record hig
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